PAUL GURVITZ sessions
This is the list of the sessions I know Paul Gurvitz
appears... I've classified them into several categories:
Sessions with former/current bandmates
Albums as producer
SESSIONS WITH FORMER/CURRENT BANDMATES
Paul has appeared in the first three solo albums by
his brother Adrian.
Sweet vendetta (1979, Jet)
Il assassino (1980, Jet)
Classic (1982, Rak) (CD reissue: EMI, 2001)
No compromise (1983)
Sweet vendetta features Paul Gurvitz
(vocals, producer), plus members of Toto and the cream of American sessionmen:
Fred Tackett (guitar), David Hungate (bass), David Shields (bass), David
Paich (keyboards), Steve Porcaro (keyboards), Earl Lon Price (sax, a veteran
from John Mayall 70s bands), Chuck Findley (trumpet), Jerry Hey (trumpet),
Steve Madaio (trumpet), Steve Leeds (flute, sax), Richard Hyde (trombone),
Jeff Porcaro (drums), Ed Greene (drums), Rick Schlosser (drums).
Il assassino features Paul Gurvitz
Classic features Paul Gurvitz (bass,
vocals, co-producer), Adrian Lee (keyboards),
Don Myrick (sax), Charlie Charles (drums), Mark Singer (drums).
No compromise features Paul Gurvitz
(bass, vocals, co-producer).
The mythical drummer from Electric Flag and Jimi Hendrix's
Band of Gypsys.This solo album featured brothers Adrian Gurvitz (guitar,
vocals), Paul Gurvitz (vocals), plus James Bradshaw (guitar), Marlo Henderson
(guitar), Duane Hitchings (keyboards), Andre Lewis (keyboards), among others.
Chapter VII (1973, Columbia)
VV.AA. - The Who
This Tommy album is the movie soundtrack,
with The Who (Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, and Keith
Moon), plus lots of great guests: Eric Clapton, Elton John (with Davey
Johnstone, Dee Murray, Ray Cooper and Nigel Olsson), Tina Turner, Ron Wood,
Chris Stainton, Nicky Hopkins, Mick Ralphs, Paul Gurvitz, Alan Ross, Simon
Townsend, Phil Chen, Tony Newman, Mick Ralphs, Tony
ALBUMS AS PRODUCER
The Cover Girls
The very best of Stacy Lattisaw (1998, )
Apart from that, Paul Gurvitz has composed songs for many
other artists. Some of them are: Stanley Clarke, Five Star, Jellybean with
Technotronic, Kim Wilde, The Fat Boys, Jody Watley, etc.
Musicians mentioned in this page that I have projected
to cover in my site someday:
And short tributes to:
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16/March/2002. First published on: xx/xx/xx. Last modified on: 16/March/2002.